Various programs ? Many recreational and community education programs are offered by the citys parks-recreation department.
Among them are learn to roller skate, inline roller skating, driver education, youth and adult sports, dancing and fitness, stop smoking seminars, youth camps, dog obedience, gardening and home improvement.
Aurora Seniors meet weekdays in the Walker Building on West Pioneer Trail.
Programs include bingo, chair exercise, computer classes, wellness checks, knitting, tai chi for arthritics, health screenings, card games, chair volleyball, breakfast and lunch outings, speakers and theme parties.
Gentle yoga is offered Fridays at 10 am, cards and games Thursdays at 1:30 pm, chair volleyball Thursdays at 11:30 am, Zumba Gold on Fridays at 1 pm and arthritis foundation exercise Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12:30 pm
Blood pressure clinics are the second Tuesday of each month at 10 am, bingo is Tuesdays at 10:30 am, dulcimer lessons are Thursdays at 10:30 am and the senior knitting group meets Thursdays at 1 pm
Dr. Lara Poduska provides podiatric services by appointment at 216-662-0027. For HEAP information, call Community Action Council at 330-297-1456.
The annual Senior Citizens Harvest Ball will be today (Oct. 17) at 11 am Lunch and learn will be Oct. 18 at 11:30 am (Grande Village) and Oct. 22 at noon (Walker Building). The Retired Old Men Eating Out group will go to Jimmy Dadonnas on Oct. 18.
A Halloween luncheon will be Oct. 31 at noon at Anna Maria. Fee is $2 a person.
Trips coming up are:
Oct. 24 ? Lunch bunch to Papa Joes; Oct. 26 ? Severance Hall for Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2; Nov. 1 ? Cleveland Museum of Art; Nov. 5 ? Horseshoe Casino; Nov. 8 ? Palace Theater for Beauty and the Beast.
Nov. 9 ? Severance Hall; Nov. 12 ? Mountaineer Casino; Nov. 14 ? Progressive Health Care tour and Packard Music Hall for Jive Aces Nov. 16 ? Cleveland Christmas Connection at the IX Center.